Ha! Love this new blog… cracks me up, and I think the writer is possibly disturbed…. just a little…


The Bitch… No its not  a/my bitch. I have multiple firearms but the bitch is my favorite. Along with the only firearm I have named. The Bitch, I thought was a name appropriate moniker to any one or any thing on the business end of her (yes I anthropomorphize a lot, but not of a child like quality). She is my firearm to replace all firearms in my meager arsenal. Short barreled for close quarter encounters, enough round capacities to not worry about vulnerabilities from constant magazine changes. Powerful enough to go the distance and shoot through pretty much anything I need it too without crazy custom rounds. I’ve read arguments against this rifle, mostly made by dried up old dick lickers lacking in experience, leading to even more of a lack of analytical thinking for an all, or when shit hits the fan gun. Once again, I tend to go on long tangents then remember my place…

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Counter-Dependence The Disease Model

It seems these days that everything can be labeled as a “disease”. Any type of “compulsive behaviors related to food, drink, sex, relationships, or activities such as gambling, smoking, working, or shopping as a disease.” – The Flight From Intamacy

This subject is quite interesting and I encourage you to do some research on your own, to see it with your own two eyes, and to process the info out there which is amazingly tainted by opinion much more than by facts, evidence, and proof. The evidence is not there to convince you without a doubt that the disease model helps… and it seems that those who are force feeding this idea down our throats… they are the ones benefiting… monetarily of course.

Interestingly, almost any behavior indulged in to an excessive level, and/or at a compulsive level… and in which can have harmful affects to oneself or to others… it is referred to as an addiction… which in turn, is automatically defined as a disease. Who gains the most from this concept?? Treatment clinics and insurance companies.

The disease model is dangerous. It limits us, removes power from us, and it holds us prisoner. We hand our diseased self over to the medical community, and allow them to take control of our recovery. We essentially become our disease. Identify with it.

While there is some good that comes from the disease model concept, there happens to be A LOT wrong with it. I encourage you to do your own research… dive in to the wealth of information out there to take the good you find, and put it to work for you, for your personal growth. As for the bad that you will come across?? Let it disappear into the world of the internet when you close out your browser. No need to dwell on it. Just click the little red x at the top of the page…

©bipolarmuse 2015

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